Lock Ransomware Out — Keep Data Safe
Protect Your Data from Ransomware with Veeam and Cloudian
More Data and New Threats
Ransomware attacks have increased by 97% in the last two years. 75% of companies infected were running up-to-date endpoint protection. Don’t let your organization be the next victim. Learn how immutable storage with Object Lock protects you.
Object Lock Protects Your Data
Cloudian HyperStore protects your data with Object Lock, so it cannot be encrypted by ransomware. Integrated with Veeam Availability Suite V10, the combination gives you the only on-prem ransomware solution to offer data immutability that’s verified in US government certification testing.
Hear from Veeam’s VP of Enterprise Strategy, Dave Russell, and Cloudian’s CMO, Jon Toor, about why this Object Lock integration is such a game-changer for ransomware protection.
Ransomware Protection Solution Brief
To protect data from ransomware attacks, Cloudian HyperStore and Veeam Availability Suite V10 support Object Lock. This permits backup data copies to be made unchangeable for a set period of time, which prevents hacker encryption or deletion and ensures a clean data copy for reliable recovery. The resulting security is comparable to offline storage at 70% less cost than public cloud storage.
Solution benefits include:
- Veeam Object Lock protects data from encryption by ransomware
- On-prem, disk-based storage for rapid data restore
- Veeam-qualified for trouble-free deployment
- Industry’s lowest total cost of ownership of any backup target
Forrester analysts write:
“Implementing an immutable file system with underlying WORM storage will make the system watertight from a ransomware protection perspective.”
Other protection techniques can be compromised. Learn how you can give your users ransomware protection that’s safe and secure.
US Regulatory Compliance
Cloudian HyperStore Object Lock Compliance Mode feature protects your organization’s data from ransomware attacks. It also meets securities industry requirements for preserving record objects in a non-rewriteable, non-erasable format until the specified retention period has expired and any associated legal holds have been released.
According to the Cohasset Associates report, Cloudian HyperStore meets the requirements of:
- Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 17 CFR § 240.17a-4(f), which regulates exchange members, brokers or dealers
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Rule 4511(c), which defers to the format and media requirements of SEC Rule 17a-4(f)
- Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in 17 CFR § 1.31(c)- (d), which regulates commodity futures trading
Read the Compliance Assessment Report to learn more.
VEEAM TECHNICAL DEMO
Cloudian On-Prem S3-Compatible Storage for Immutable Backups
This Veeam video shows how to set up a Cloudian repository in Veeam Backup and Replication Version 10. Also, how to build a SOBR (scale-out backup repository) and enable immutability to protect your backups against ransomware.
Cloudian HyperStore Deployment Guide with Veeam Backup & Replication Immutability Feature
This guide is written for the experienced data protection professional and will detail the implementation procedure to deploy an environment with Veeam v10 (and higher) and Cloudian HyperStore Object Storage to support immutable copies of backup data storage on secure Cloudian Object Storage.
EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSION
The Beginning of the End of Ransomware
Ransomware has been identified by the World Economic Forum as one of the top 5 economic risks, a risk level comparable to global warming.
View this expert panel session on-demand to learn how new technology from Cloudian, Veeam, and VMware provides a hardened solution to keep your data safe — whether that be in an on-premises data center or as a Managed Services Provider providing Ransomware Protection-as-a-Service to enterprise customers.
Chris M Evans, Architecting IT
Cloudian: Neil Stobart, VP Global Systems Engineering
Veeam: Michael Cade, Senior Global Technologist
VMware: Guy Bartram, Global Product Marketing, VMware